Savoy Automobile Museum opens ‘What’s in Chip’s Garage’

Savoy Automobile Museum opens ‘What’s in Chip’s Garage’

What’s in Chip’s Garage? 

Savoy Automobile Museum

CARTERSVILLE, GA – Savoy Automobile Museum announced the opening of its newest temporary exhibit, What’s in Chip’s Garage? Chip Foose is an automobile designer, artist, and star of the reality show “Overhaulin’.” He has won numerous awards for his work including the prestigious Ridler Award, which he has won three times and, he is a member of the Hot Rod Hall of Fame. He started working in his father’s custom car shop at age seven; he studied at the Art Center College of Design and worked for Boyd Coddington. While he has built exquisite cars for others, the real question is “What does Chip drive?” Join us for a never-been-shown display of Chip’s personal cars. This exhibition will be on display now through June 9, 2024. All vehicles are on loan from Chip Foose Collection.

Vehicles included in the exhibit:

1932 Ford Model 18 Deluxe Roadster1932 Ford Model 18 5-Window CoupeP-32 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster1933 Ford Model 40 Station Wagon Woodie1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe1948 Ford Deluxe Custom1956 Ford Club Sedan1956 Ford F-100 Pickup Custom1967 Chevrolet C-100 Truck (C28)1968 330 Ferrari GTC2023 Meyers Manx “356”Hemisfear

The Savoy Automobile Museum is located at 3 Savoy Lane. The museum is open Tuesday – Sunday, from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. For more information, visit savoymuseum.org.

*This exhibit is sponsored in part by Honest Charley Speed Shop, Chattanooga, TN.

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